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Romano Prodi warns of European revolt over austerity – RTÉ News – sounds like Prodi expects Europe to burn

Google CEO: Android Not a Critical Asset – Search Engine Watch (#SEW)

Conflcting economic issues in China: inflation and economic contraction – the contraction mentioned is relative and part of it is structural as low margin businesses move inland or move offshore

Analog Still Rules: An Interview With Record Store Day Co-Founder Michael Kurtz | Motherboard – The digital experience is insular and individual. The record is more a communal thing

Hong Kong’s Breath of the Dragon « Flickr Blog – great pictures of Hong Kong

Google Seeks Billions by Boosting Mobile Internet Speeds – Bloomberg

John Lewis touts own-brand broadband • The Register – if it has John Lewis’ attention to quality and customer service it could be a viable alternative for freelancers and small companies to business ISPs

Why Locals Are Lounging in the Lobby at the Ace and the Public Hotels – WSJ.com – lobbies are the new coffee shops

Android Is Suddenly In A Lot Of Trouble – Business Insider – the title is overly dramatic but the article is a good analysis of the challenges that Android faces

Communities Dominate Brands: In Bloodbath News: Nokia Q1 Results: Market Share Crashes to 7% yes, one fourth of what it was before Elop Effect

Megaupload Trial May Never Happen, Judge Says | TorrentFreak

Facebook, Google Could be Told to Set up India Servers

Weird flavors rule: BLT chips, birthday cake Oreos, bacon milkshakes – USATODAY.com – is this more adventurous tastes or desperate product differentiation and brand extension?

General purpose technologies: The revolution to come | The Economist

Manufacturing: The third industrial revolution | The Economist

Harris Interactive: Harris Polls > Fewer Americans “Thinking Green” – interesting that green fatigue sets in. I believe that part of the problem is economic and part of it is NGO hectoring. People want solutions not relentless criticism and organisations like Greenpeace have slogans not answers

Midday Latte – My Cross-Country Move: Orlando to San Francisco – great moving tips and interesting insights into consumer behaviour on CraigsList

House Cleaning, Maid Service, and Maid Franchises from MaidPro

Flow: Task Management and Online Collaboration for Teams – great for personal and work projects

Crisis or opportunity as factories withdraw from Shenzhen|WantChinaTimes.com – interesting that Malaysia is picked as a new site instead

Brand Survey Shows Economic Diversity in Asia, Affinity for Apple, Nokia | Tech in Asia

24% of Web Content is Now in Chinese, Will Soon Surpass English [Infographic] | Tech in Asia

Foxconn to produce low-priced Baidu smartphones|WantChinaTimes.com – the interesting thing about this is the impact it will have feature phone sales

Global Site Speed Overview: How Fast Are Websites Around The World? – Analytics Blog

App Store – SayHi Translate: Use Your Voice to Speak a New Language like a Pro

Pinterest’s Hype Bubble Has Burst, And Now It Is Actually Losing Users – Business Insider – losing the hype but probably keeping engaged audiences

How charities are using games to engage online – Reason Digital

MacUpdate Promo – VirusBarrier X6 10.6.15 for $19.99 – 60% off

Pinterest: An Introductory Guide for Marketers – Search Engine Watch (#SEW)

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